Kolnago Ferante

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Kolnago Ferante
Personal information
Full name Antuna Kolnago Ferante
Date of birth (1907-07-11)11 July 1907
Place of birth Split, Austro-Hungary
Date of death 15 May 1969(1969-05-15) (aged 61)
Place of death Belgrade, FPR Yugoslavia
Playing position Defender
Youth career
1916–1923 Hajduk Split
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1923–1926 Concordia Zagreb
1926–1929 Soko Beograd
1929–1931 Olympique Marseille
1931–1938 Rapid Bucharest
National team
1929 Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Antuna Kolnago Ferante (11 July 1907 in Split – 15 May 1969 in Belgrade) was a Croatian football player. He has one cap for the Yugoslav national team.

Playing mostly as a central defender he started to play in the youth teams of HNK Hajduk Split but failed to debut in the first team. Afterwards, he moved to Zagreb where he signed with HŠK Concordia. It was while he was playing with SK Soko from Belgrade that he played his only match for the Yugoslav national team. It was on 19 May 1929 in Paris that Yugoslavia had archived its first win over the "tricolor" by 3-1 and Ferante's brilliant exhibition on the match did not pass unnoticed, having earned him a call to join, together with Ivica Bek, Olympique de Marseille, where he would play two seasons. Between 1931 and 1938 he played with Rapid Bucharest in Romania.

After a heavy injury, he retired and returned to Belgrade where he begin working as a bank employee.

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